6 Ways to Spoil Your Dog

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Every pet parent knows that every single day is filled with more love, laughs, and happiness, thanks to their furry friend. With their whole hearts to give unconditionally — while expecting nothing in return — it’s no wonder that we want to spoil our dogs from time to time!



  • Make one-on-one time a priority

Whether it’s a walk, a game of tug, or a snuggle session on the couch, your dog deserves at least 20 minutes of one-on-one time with you a day. Life gets busy, but it’s so important to carve out some time with your furry friend to engage in his favorite activity and give him your undivided attention.


  • Let her pick out her own toy at the pet store

Whether your pup’s been extra good or you want to treat her “just because,” it’s always fun to take her to the pet store to let her pick her very own toy! If your pooch isn’t good with strangers or crowds, you can always bring a special present home to surprise her, instead.

  • Get him a special subscription

There are plenty of subscription dog toy and treat boxes out there for every budget, and when that box arrives at your doorstep every month, it’s like Christmas morning! Not only is it a blast for both pooches and their parents, buying a bundle is often a great way to save money, too!

  • Have your dog’s vet appointments right at home

With all the sounds, sights, and smells of the clinic — not to mention, the pokes and prods — many pooches get anxiety when they go to the vet. If you want to alleviate the unnecessary stress and spoil your deserving dog, have a mobile vet come to your home when it’s time for a check-up, vaccinations, certain tests, and more.

  • Take her on an adventure

It’s always fun to explore new surroundings, and if your pup is up for an adventure, take her on a little excursion. Whether it’s a hike in a new park, a camping trip, or a weekend getaway, any dog with a can-do attitude will love making new memories with you!

  • Make a special homemade treat

Whether it’s a batch of doggy cookies or comforting bowl of hearty soup, everyone knows that there’s nothing like home cookin’ and your dog will agree! Just make sure you use recipes with dog-safe ingredients that are as healthy as they are delicious — and moderation is key!


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